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  • How to Image in Extreme, Low-light Conditions
    . To. achieve clear, full color, full motion. images in starlight or extreme low-light conditions, the user requires an imaging. tool that offers sensitivity and dynamic range in excess of current generation. night vision cameras. Toshiba Imaging Systems Division, a division of Toshiba. America, has developed
  • Cameras in ITS - A Constant Evolution
    and other off-the-shelf system components interoperate over an Ethernet network for an easy and low-cost solution. Today, many camera manufacturers including Allied Vision Technologies (AVT) are offering GigE Vision cameras with resolutions ranging from VGA to 29 Megapixel. Seeing is believing. Regional
  • CMOS Cameras Rise to Speed Challenge
    imaging. Firstly, high-speed. have low power-consumption, which is. imaging requires high frame-rates. This. important for high data-rates. The only dis-. necessitates short exposure times and strong. advantage is the higher fixed-pattern noise of. illumination, which can cause blooming. CMOS sensors
  • High-Speed Videography Using a Dense Camera Array (.pdf)
    in choosing exposure times. We typically set the expo-. is 18:1, which is considered mild for MPEG. We require just. sure time of each camera to be 1/h or less, or 1/1560sec. one PC per 26 cameras to capture the compressed video. Such short exposure times are often light limited, creating. a trade-off
  • Seeing the Light (.pdf)
    , a manufacturer of. low-light video systems, uses curing optical. gels in its image-intensified, black and white. CCD cameras (See Figure 2). An image inten-. sifier consists of a light-sensitive electron. emitter or Photocathode that forms an electron. image; a “microchannel” plate that amplifies
  • Video Image Fusion for Real-Time Systems (.pdf)
    causes low visible contrast and. porating thermal, short wave infrared and visible imagers to. some weather conditions (rain in particular) cause low thermal. provide better forward visibility and improve driver and pedes-. contrast. Fusing video streams from different wavebands offers. trian safety
  • How to Get the Best Image Quality from Your IP Camera
    from Your IP Camera. May 2012. Visit www.moxa.com. Featured Topic. How to Get the Best Image Quality from Your IP Camera. IP cameras are now a mainstay of the fast-changing IP video market, but the fact that the image is digitized and compressed makes it harder to achieve an image quality
  • Case Study: Caught on Camera
    for the GB1380C and ICX625 for the GB2450) offering high sensitivity, low noise, fast frame rates and excellent image quality to insure optimum results, as well as consistency and reliability in demanding applications such as outdoor imaging. The cameras are fitted with rugged, high quality 15-35mm OEM